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Debbie & Jen

By Iain_C
My first attempt at shooting with two models all shot on a cold cloudy morning at Loch Lomond while all being attacked by Midges!

Constructive comments welcome.

Thanks for looking.

Tags: General Portraits and people Nude and glamour

Voters: LV426, rocky41, dudler and 19 more

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Good crisp images.

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rocky41 Plus
11 168 England
21 Jun 2009 9:47AM
v2 for me
dudler Plus
12 347 659 England
21 Jun 2009 9:57AM
On V1, the heart of this is the expressions - trouble waiting to happen?

Some distractions in the background: the top of the wall, and the tree right behind a head. Shooting from a few inches higher would have sorted the one, and a move to the side the other.

Too many variants to comment on all of them: overall, I reckon you've framed too aggressively at times, and cut off (for instance) the top of a head in V9, and there are several arms looking amputated.

However, dealing with two models is very hard work: much more so than one. (I say on the basis of very little experience of working iwth two models! But the little has convinced me!)

I can only suggest practice, practice, practice. Which will be no hardship, I feel!

Iain_C Plus
7 2 3 Scotland
21 Jun 2009 10:05AM
Thanks John,

I think Trouble waiting to happen discribes these two quite well Smile

Thank you for the advice it is much appreciated i am hoping to get much more practice in with them both in future Smile
oneill Plus
8 155 Ireland
21 Jun 2009 11:07AM
they are all beautiful shots,,,,,
andy210966 Plus
8 4 119 Wales
21 Jun 2009 12:40PM
Leaps and bounds Iain, leaps and bounds - another great set - have to say your Debs looks a tad nervous in a couple of these... mayhaps it's the midges!!lol

Iain_C Plus
7 2 3 Scotland
21 Jun 2009 1:17PM
Thanks Andy,

Yeah the midges played a huge part by the end of the shoot debbie looked like she had chicken pox due to all the little bite marks!
shahbaz 11 6 3 Pakistan
22 Jun 2009 5:12AM
Only two points to mention, one is work with a single model specially the model in red is more confident and attractive, work with her , and the other is use some simple backgrounds where your work highlihgt more rather then the other things which distract the eyes.

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